NASA’s Mars 2020 mission isn’t the only the rover headed to the red planet — the European Space Agency also has the ExoMars project to send its own rover there.
Recently, construction was completed on the ExoMars rover and soon it will be ready for launch next year.
The last step is the assembly process was adding the high-definition camera which can capture both panoramic and close-up views of the Martian terrain.
The rover will focus on collecting geographical information about Mars, using tools including a drill to collect samples.
The aim is to discover more about the history of water on the planet, and whether it was ever capable of supporting life.
Below you can see a sped-up clip of the engineers working on the rover’s drill, which can be moved between different orientations.